Super Bowl Party Moves to Empty Lot on Las Vegas Strip

During the Super Bowl weekend, the Wynn West lot of 38 acres on the Las Vegas Strip, previously reserved for the future Wynn Resorts facility, will be used for special events. The Homecoming Series and Taco Bell Innovation Summit are set to take place from February 8 to 11, drawing in an estimated 2,500 to 4,000 attendees per night. This decision comes after Wynn Resorts purchased the vacant lot for $336 million in 2017, with plans to construct a third hotel tower for an additional 2,000 to 3,000 rooms.

The Homecoming Series, hosted by H. Wood, will bring popular rapper Drake to the stage. In addition, Taco Bell has been a recurring sponsor at previous Homecoming parties. Details of performers and other plans will be announced by H. Wood at a later date.

Temporary structures including a 12,000-square-foot sponsor tent and a 41,300-square-foot main tent, will be set up on the Wynn West lot between January 25 and February 7, with demolition scheduled for February 13. The main tent is expected to reach a height of 73 feet, and the sponsor tent will be 45 feet tall. The event will be open to visitors between 9 PM to 1 AM on February 8, 10, and 11, as well as from 11 AM to 1 PM on February 9.

In addition to the Homecoming Series, various other events will be happening on The Strip throughout Super Bowl week, including formal NFL events such as NFL Honors at Resorts World, Super Bowl Opening Night at Allegiant Stadium, and NFL Experience at Mandalay Bay. Non-formal events include Sports Illustrated the Party at XS Nightclub in the Wynn and Michelob Ultra Country Club at Top Golf. With so many events planned, the Super Bowl weekend on the Las Vegas Strip promises to be a bustling and exciting time for locals and visitors alike.